Looking back at ten years of gorilla conservation and community support by Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge in Rwanda.
If you are an avid twitcher, you should consider coming to the Maasai Mara where a whole host of rare birdlife awaits you!
The rolling savanna grass plains of the Maasai Mara may not automatically spring to mind as a hotspot for butterfly diversity; yet lepidopterists and amateur butterfly lovers alike are in for a treat when they stay at one of the Governors’ Camp Collection properties.
In the depths of the night a magical event took place as an elephant gives birth right on the grounds of a tented camp in the Maasai Mara.
There are plenty of butterflies, birds and elephants to be seen in Masai Mara this January.
The birds have been busy in Kenya with the arrival of the migrant birds such as the yellow wagtail and Eleonora’s falcon.
Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge motivating the youth of tomorrow!
With the great migration is on it’s way to the Masai Mara things have been stirred up at Governer’s Camp, with an explosion of fantastic game sightings.
The experience of seeing wild gorillas for the first time can take your breath away. The new managers at Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge give us an insight into this amazing experience.
Governors’ Camp Collection tell us why they absolutely love June in the Masai Mara.
April in the Maasai Mara may be rainy season but it brings with it an abundance of elephants, lions, flowers and birdlife.
Now here is something we definitely don’t see everyday: a leopard and hyenas sharing a meal in the Masai Mara.
We love March in the Masai Mara and we think you will too, here we share some of the reasons why.
An amazing story unfurled in the Maasai Mara this month, when a small lion cub was separated from its mother, survived nine days alone and then was successfully re-united with its mother and the rest of the pride.